Wilkinson County parents are still looking for answers about why the schools closed early Friday.
Some parents say it was because of a bomb threat, and others say the school's system was hacked.
Stephanie Smith was reluctant to take her 6-year-old daughter to school this morning because of what happened Friday, when all Wilkinson County schools closed early.
"I mean, just tell me what happened. Don't sugarcoat it. You know, straight to the point, this is what happened, this is how we're handling it, this is how we're going to deal with it. Hopefully it won't happen again," she says.
Rumors swirled about a bomb threat, but when the Wilkinson County Sheriff's office was notified, they investigated the school's I.T. system.
"Patrol got a call from a parent. They got an anonymous call saying someone had their child's personal information," says Sheriff Richard Chatman.
Chatman says school shut down because someone hacked teacher's accounts and posted their information online.
Superintendent Aaron Geter says parents were notified by phone about the closing on Friday and another automated call on Sunday said the schools would reopen but neither call explained why.
Geter says limited information was given to the parents because the investigation is still going on. He said he wanted to err on the side of caution and didn't want to further alarm the parents.
The lack of information has caused confusion. So Smith stopped by the Board of Education office this morning to get answers.
"I was told by Dr. Whipple, the assistant superintendent that it was a bomb threat and that everything was ok," says Smith.
"It was a safety risk. I wouldn't say it was a particular bomb threat to any campus," says Geter.
Many parents are still left wondering why.
"Well where's the truth at then? I just want to know what actually happened at my child's school," says Smith.